NETGEAR EVG2000 Router Manual (Setup & Configuration)

There is no better technical help than having the manual of any given product. Fortunately, we are presenting router guide for NETGEAR EVG2000 router. If you need help on topics like web panel access for management, router hard reset, parental control settings, band width allocation, changing your router IP or password from default, port forwarding, then reading this guide is a must.

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GREY PHONE CABLE
Your new WiFi Gateway acts as a gateway for your new NBN internet service.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR NBN CUSTOMERS: Equipment supplied requires mains power which may not
be suitable if you have a serious illness or condition, require disability services, have a back-to-base alarm,
or require an uninterrupted telephone line, in which case, please give us a shout to discuss other options.
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BEFORE YOU INSTALL AND CONNECT YOUR WIFI GATEWAY, TAKE A MOMENT TO FAMILIARISE
YOURSELF WITH THE FRONT AND BACK PANELS OF THE WIFI GATEWAY.
FRONT PANEL
The front panel of your WiFi Gateway provides status LED’s that indicate how well and
in what state your WiFi Gateway is operating. See the table below for more information
on the front panel LED status indicator functions.
WHAT DO THE LIGHTS MEAN?
1. POWER
ON
, power is supplied to the WiFi Gateway
2. ETH
ON
, a device is connected to one of the Ethernet ports
BLINKING
indicates that data is being transferred over the Ethernet connection
3. WIRELESS
BLINKING
indicates that data is being transferred over a wireless connection
4. TEL1
ON
indicates telephony service is enabled. Blinks when Line 1 is in use
OFF
indicates that phone service for TEL1 is not enabled
5. TEL2
ON
indicates telephony service is enabled. Blinks when Line 2 is in use
OFF
indicates that phone service for TEL2 is not enabled
6. USB
BLINKING
indicates a USB device is connected and in use
7. WAN
ON,
the WiFi Gateway is connected to the NBN Network Termination Device (NTD)
BLINKING
indicates data is being transferred over the Ethernet connection
8. ON-LINE
ON,
the WiFi Gateway is registered on the network and fully operational
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WHAT ARE THE PORTS AND SWITCHES?
BACK PANEL
The following picture shows the description and function of the back panel
components on your modem.
1. TELEPHONE
1 AND 2
RJ-11 telephone ports connect to home telephone,
conventional telephones or fax machines
2. WAN
This RJ-45 port connects the WiFi Gateway to the NBN
Network Termination Device (NTD)
3. LAN
Four RJ-45 ports connect to the Ethernet port on your PC
or your home network
4. USB
Connects to a printer or mass storage device. This feature is
currently disabled. This can only be made active by a remote
software upgrade
5.
FACTORY RESET
SWITCH
This restores the WiFi Gateway to factory default. It is not
advised that you press this unless advised to do so by an
Optus representative
6. WPS
You can use the WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) feature
with clients on the network that are WiFi certified and
WPA capable
7.
ON/OFF SWITCH
Turns the device on or off. It is recommended that the
device remains on at all times
8. POWER
Connects your residential gateway to the AC power
adapter that is provided with your WiFi Gateway.
Caution:
Avoid damage to your equipment. Only use the
power supply that is provided with your Gateway
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IF YOU’RE SETTING UP YOUR WIFI GATEWAY IN THE SAME ROOM AS
YOUR NBN OUTLET, FOLLOW THIS DIAGRAM.
OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE/BUILDING
CONNECTS YOUR WIFI
GATEWAY TO YOUR PHONE
OR PHONE OUTLET
CONNECTS YOUR
WIFI GATEWAY TO
THE NETWORK
TERMINATION DEVICE
CONNECTS THE WIFI
GATEWAY TO YOUR
COMPUTER OR OTHER
EQUIPMENT (WITH AN
ETHERNET CABLE)
CONNECTS TO YOUR
POWER SUPPLY. ALSO
NOTE, THE ON/OFF
SWITCH TO THE LEFT
INSIDE YOUR HOUSE/BUILDING